LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending today on the web!
14-year-old Guan Tianlang goes 2 over on 2013 Masters first nine
It's the greatest golf event in the world. Day one of the masters is in the books, and everyone is watching to see if Tiger Woods can keep his hot streak going this year or if some of golf's other big names will take an early lead.
While all those story lines are great, everyone is still talking about 14 year old Tianlang Guan. We all know he was going to make history by being the youngest ever at the masters, but we didn't expect him to play well.
No he isn't likely to win, but he is ahead of last year's winner Bubba Watson, and he also trails Rory McIlroy by one shot.
The best part of the story is that his mom packed him a lunch for the first round complete with juice, bananas, a sandwich and protein bars.
Dentist Pulls All Of Man's Teeth Out Without Permission, Patient Says
A lot of bizarre dentist stories have been trending in the news. There was one in Tulsa, and one even surfaced a week ago in Arkansas, but this next story might take the cake.
Imagine if you went to the dentist for a simple crown procedure and woke up with no teeth at all.
The patient, Christopher Crist, said the dentist pulled out all 29 of his teeth without his consent. Now the Indianapolis dentist is in a mound of legal trouble.
But, it doesn't stop there. The station that aired the story started receiving dozens of calls all telling a similar story about the dentist pulling too many teeth.
So far, there is no explanation from the dentist's office. They declined to comment and even called the cops on the station's reporter.
Cheney to GOP leaders: 'We're in deep doo doo' on North Korea
Apparently former vice president Dick Cheney has resorted to using the language of a 3-year-old in describing recent tensions with North Korea.
CNN reported that Cheney told GOP officials quote "We're in deep doo-doo" with North Korea.
Cheney reportedly expressed concern about the lack of intel on young North Korean leader Kim Jung Un, making him very unpredictable. Not many people are talking about Cheney's concerns, but are more concerned about his choice of words.
Still defense secretary Chuck Hagel said there is no reason to believe any of their missiles could reach the US.
Shark steals tuns from man on kayak
A Hawaiian man has quite a fish-story to tell. He was in his kayak, filming himself with his own camera, when a tiger shark fought him for a tuna he was trying to reel in.
The shark was about 10 feet long, weighing up to 500 pounds. The fisherman, who's competing in a tournament, stayed out after the shark encounter and caught two more fish in the same spot.